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Wisconsin Coach Lines

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Wisconsin Coach Lines
Coach USA logo wisconsincoach.png
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Wisconsin Coach Lines MCI J4500 #64542 operates in charter service.
ParentCoach USA
Founded1941
Headquarters1520 Arcadian Avenue
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Service areasoutheastern Wisconsin
Service typepublic transit, airport express, charter coach
Routes8 fixed routes
OperatorWisconsin Coach Lines
WebsiteCoach USA - WCL

Wisconsin Coach Lines is a commuter bus service, charter coach service and intercity carrier based in Waukesha, Wisconsin. WCL was founded in 1941 as Waukesha Transit Lines. It has been a subsidiary of Coach USA since 1998.[1]

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Overview

Airport Express operates 15 times daily to O'Hare Airport (ORD), and Mitchell Airport (MKE) from Waukesha, Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha.

Within Wisconsin WCL operates one daily bus route between Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha under contract from Racine and Kenosha counties, and 4 commuter routes between Waukesha County and downtown Milwaukee as a subcontractor to Waukesha Metro Transit, which manages routes for Waukesha County. WCL operates bi-weekly service between Milwaukee and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, under contract from the school.

WCL also provides private charter bus service throughout the United States and Canada.

Route detail

Wisconsin Coach Lines operates 8 fixed route services within southeast Wisconsin, listed below. Not included are Dairyland Bus services.

Route Terminals Also serving Fare zones
(if applicable)
Notes
Kenosha-
Milwaukee
Kenosha
63 Street and 22 Avenue
Milwaukee Intermodal Station
Racine, Caledonia, Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport Mitchell Airport, Racine County line, Kenosha County line
Airport
Express
Waukesha
Goerkes Corner Park-and-Ride
Chicago
Airports
Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha By city
  • Serves O' Hare and Mitchell International Airports.
UW-
Whitewater
University of Wisconsin–Whitewater Milwaukee
Intermodal Station
Waukesha and Brookfield None
  • Friday getaway and Sunday return service only for UWW students.
Summerfest Delafield
I-94, exit 287 park and ride
Milwaukee
Henry Maier Festival Park
Pewaukee, Brookfield N/A
  • Seasonal service for Summerfest.
  • Via Goerkes Corner park-and-ride
Wisconsin State Fair Delafield
I-94, exit 287 park and ride
West Allis
Wisconsin State Fair Park
Pewaukee, Brookfield N/A
  • Seasonal service for Wisconsin State Fair.
  • Via Goerkes Corner park-and-ride
901 Waukesha
Downtown Transit Center
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Mitchell Hall
Brookfield, West Allis, Milwaukee None
  • Weekday bidirectional service only
  • Operates via Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee
  • Subsidized by Waukesha Metro Transit
  • Via Goerkes Corner park-and-ride
904 Oconomowoc
City Hall
Milwaukee
Wisconsin Avenue and Cass Street
Pewaukee, Hartland, Brookfield Goerkes Corner park-and-ride,
I-94 exit 297
  • Weekday rush hour service only
  • To Milwaukee AM and from Milwaukee PM
  • 1 trip each way only
  • Via Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee
  • Subsidized by Waukesha Metro Transit
905 Oconomowoc
City Hall
Milwaukee
Wisconsin Avenue and Cass Street
Delafield Meadowbrook park and ride,
I-94 exit 291
  • Weekday rush hour service only
  • Via Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee
  • Subsidized by Waukesha Metro Transit
906 Mukwonago
WIS 83 Exit 43 Park-Ride, I-43
Milwaukee
Downtown Loop
Big Bend and New Berlin Big Bend park and ride,
I-43 exit 50
  • Weekday rush hour service only
  • To Milwaukee AM and from Milwaukee PM
  • Via Wells Street and Michigan Street in Milwaukee
  • Subsidized by Waukesha Metro Transit

References

  1. ^ "Federal Register, Volume 63 Issue 186 (Friday, September 25, 1998)". Retrieved 2017-01-09.

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